Today, design is the concept of fashion. This article is focusing on the notion that there is one ideal design of society. The search for ideal solutions of societal problems has been the habit of utopianism. With the purpose to clarify how a student understands prescription and the design of a perfect society, a discourse on Huxley's "Brave New World" is studied. This implies that the student as text producer is expected to communicate a particular intention and orientation, since certain viewpoints are chosen and expressed intentionally. Intention presupposes that a particular perspective must be present throughout text production. Since the presented approach is founded on the controlling function of text production, founded on the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) axiom, it implies a two-fold and complementary description of the underlying structures. These structures are assumed to reflect noticeable structural invariance. It will be demonstrated that certain regions in the state spaces of the produced discourse can be manifested through the realisation of multiple trajectories. Their distinctiveness provides the condition for the treatment of the relation between autonomously developing landscapes of information synthesis. Concerning the constraining impact of Huxley's utopian society on the emergent state attractors, it is shown that the termini of the attractors support information structures, which are coherent with an understanding of the emerging critical factors of disorder.